Captive Formation Process

Captive Formation Design Life Cycle

The formation of a captive varies by the complexity of the organization.

Accurate assessment and analysis is the key to a cost effective and efficient analysis of the captive benefits.

A preliminary feasibility review will be conducted to access Captive viability in advance of a complete feasibility study.

Once proper client discovery and the viability of captive formation is agreed upon, a complete feasibility study will be performed inclusive of an actuarial analysis, financial, and operational evaluation of the proposed captive.

Comprehensive analysis will include review of the proposed risk to be underwritten, premium ranges and costs and a determination of the capitalization and reserves required.

Assuming captive viability and benefit, the application for Insurance company formation will be submitted to the Insurance Commissioner for domicile and corporate formation approval.

Upon formal approval, CMC will work directly with your company in the captive incorporation, capitalization and insurance policy underwriting and implementation.
CMC maintains an on-going management position within your Captive Insurance company to assure the performance and compliance of the business entity.





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